About The Speaker
SSA Joseph C. Schwecke entered on duty with the FBI in 1984 and has experience in investigating white collar criminal cases to include bankruptcy fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, and governmental fraud.  Previously assigned to the FBI’s New York Office, he worked on matters involving foreign counterintelligence, and most recently was the Crimes against Children Coordinator for the Denver Division of the FBI.  Now promoted to lead the FBI’s Cyber Crimes program for the States of Colorado and Wyoming, he is charged with identifying the criminal, state sponsored, and terrorist intrusions of computers/networks, as well as the traditional crime matters evolving to the Internet, namely identity theft, intellectual property rights theft, the sexual exploitation of children and fraud.

Topic Synopsis: CYBER CRIME: Current and Future Trends
This presentation will discuss the means and methodologies employed to exploit the U.S. and its corporate and individual citizens’ resources, technologies, and databases while avoiding detection.  The trends, future outlook and available resources for the security of all networks will be identified.  Also to be explored, will be the ever increasing utilization of the Internet by terrorists to further their efforts worldwide.